BTW Interviews

12 Nov
Girls of Paper and Fire

Natasha Ngan on Winter 2018–2019 Kids’ Indie Next List Top Pick “Girls of Paper and Fire”

Girls of Paper and Fire, like its dauntless heroine, is destined for greatness,” said Kiersten Acker of Brookline Booksmith in Brookline, Massachusetts. 

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01 Nov

An Indies Introduce Q&A With Adam P. Schmitt

Novel’s Nicole Yasinsky, who served on the panel that selected Schmitt’s book, said Speechless “blew me away.”

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29 Oct
Kids Autumn Indie Next List enewsletter
24 Oct
Scribe cover

A Q&A With Alyson Hagy, Author of November’s #1 Indie Next List Pick

Sarah Crossland of New Dominion Bookshop said Hagy’s post-apocalyptic saga Scribe “finds the perfect alchemy between Cold Mountain and The Leftovers.”

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27 Sep

An Indies Introduce Q&A With Nicole Chung

According to Tyler Goodson of Avid Bookshop, in All You Can Ever Know, “Chung shares her story of daughterhood and motherhood with such thoughtfulness and honesty that it feels like a privilege to read.”

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27 Sep
Kids Autumn Indie Next List enewsletter

October Indie Next List e-Newsletter to Deliver to 503,000+ Customers

Booksellers can sign up now to send their own free adult or kids’ Indie Next List e-newsletter to customers.

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18 Sep
Leif Enger

A Q&A With Leif Enger, Author of October’s #1 Indie Next List Pick

Mark Nichols of Bank Square Books calls Virgil Wander, the first novel in 10 years by Leif Enger, “a perfect remedy for those whose hearts ache from our present reality.”

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11 Sep
The Light Between Worlds

Laura E. Weymouth on Fall Kids’ Indie Next List Pick “The Light Between Worlds”

“Laura Weymouth’s debut is a captivating tale of two sisters struggling to find home and to find themselves,” said Hannah Wilson of Out West Books.

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11 Sep

An Indies Introduce Q&A With Ellen Goodlett

“Your heart will race as quickly as your fingers turning the pages of this smart and captivating debut novel,” said Nancy Baenen of Arcadia Books about Ellen Goodlett’s novel Rule.

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27 Aug
Darius the Great Is Not Okay

An Indies Introduce Q&A With Adib Khorram

In Darius the Great Is Not Okay, self-described “fractional Persian” Darius visits Iran for the first time, where he learns more about his family history — and himself — than he ever expected.

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